Wedding Whims: Dashing Boutonnieres and Vintage Tablescapes

Anne: This is a DIY project waiting to happen. I love the height and texture of the flowers and filler, too!

Sarah: I’ve also seen people wrap winter white yarn around votives. It’s a cool effect!

Sarah: Little areas for people to chat and connect are so great at weddings. I think it helps with the more introverted crowd!

Anne: And paper lanterns are such an incredible modern touch for receptions. Gorgeous!

Sarah: Such a creative vintage tablescape style!

Anne: If you can’t find me, I’ll be at the nearest thrift store trying to duplicate this centerpiece.

Anne: This textural, earthy look for a boutonniere is a great way to incorporate a more masculine feel into the detail.

Sarah: I agree. Despite the soft tones, the moss really makes it woodsy and rustic.

Anne: Lace, sleeves, belt. Pretty sure there is nothing more I want in a wedding dress right now.

Sarah: I love this dress, mostly because it is a moderate and flattering version of some of the top trends.  The lace and silhouette are romantic and not so fitted as to be intimidating. The cap sleeves are the perfect length. And yes, that belt. It’s sort of a modern take on the princess gown.

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Sarah Sarah has been editing the blog at mywedding for four years. She enjoys watching classic movies, spending money on eyeliner that she never wears, and convincing brides to write thank you notes.

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